Cumbria Woodland's vision is for every woodland in Cumbria and beyond to thrive ecologically and economically for the benefit of all. We support cutting edge research, individual training, government-level strategy and multi-million-pound projects, working in conjunction with woodland owners, researchers, environmental experts and corporate partners.
Strong partnerships form the foundations of the great work we do. We work with government agencies, researchers and not-for-profit organisations to grow, manage and protect the woodlands of Cumbria.
Explore the projects, research and training opportunities we are proud to be involved in.
We’re here to support anyone with a passion for woodland. We can provide guidance on a range of topics from coppicing and flood management to ancient woodlands, biodiversity and so much more. We also offer advisory services and training courses for those looking to expand their understanding.
We've been working with the Woodland Trust, with funding from the Green Recovery Challenge Fund to restore ancient woodland sites across Cumbria. Stanley Ghyll takes the win for the most challenging site to work on, find out more in this video here or click the button below to learn more about our woodland management partnership work.
With over 30 years’ experience, our team of experts are passionate about the wellbeing of Cumbria’s Woodlands. We seek to provide an independent and impartial presence as we bridge the gap between woodland owners, commercial forestry, environmental sectors and government.
Woodland Futures is a partnership project being delivered by the Lake District Foundation and Cumbria Woodlands.
It will receive £499,800 from the Trees Call to Action Fund.
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We've been working with Working Class Heroes on woodland restoration at Haverthwaite Heights in the South Lakes.
Through 1% For The Planet, we are able to work with businesses looking to invest time,
A new guide setting out how landowners and managers can adapt their woodlands in the face of climate change has been published by the Forestry Commission, Scottish Forestry, Natural Resources Wales